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Boston's After-School for All Partnership, 2004
Other
An overview of the After-School for All Partnership in Boston, Massachusetts, with a focus on funded initiatives and strategies to expand supported programs
Kaplan Claire, 2004
Other
An interim report on the implementation of and lessons learned from the School Sites Initiative, an effort to expand school-based afterschool programs in Boston
Kaplan Claire, 2004
Executive Summary
A summary of findings from the School Sites Initiative (SSI), a Boston-based funding initiative for the expansion of school-based after school programs, with a discussion of funding, principal engagement, staff development, and transportation
Boston's After-School for All Partnership, 2003
Other
A study of the effect of in-school learning on academic achievement in out-of-school time programming throughout Boston
Ryan Lesley M., Foster Michael L., Cohen Joanna, 2002
Reports & Papers
A report on how literacy instruction is incorporated into after school programs in Boston and how it could be improved
Gittleman Julia, Duffy Mignon, Rousmaniere Marinell, 2002
Reports & Papers
An exploration of the role of arts and cultural education in after school activities, with a focus on the relationship between cultural organizations and after school programs in Boston
Noam Gil G., Biancarosa Gina Marie, Dechausay Nadine, 2002
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A study of a model to increase engagement between schools and after-school programs throughout Boston
Seidel Steve, Aryeh Laura, Steinberg Adria, 2002
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A study of the potential role of project-based and experimental learning in after-school programs
Hall Georgia, Yohalem Nicole, Tolman Joel, Wilson Alicia, 2002
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A study of the effect of after-school programs in promoting positive youth development as a support to academic achievement
Freedman Sara, Kilson-Page Jennifer, 2002
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A study of effective collaborations between after-school programs and institutions of higher education using college student volunteers in Boston
Wong John, Ellis Jan, Canepa Gabriela, Kimboko Rachel, Mitchell-Daniels Mason, Neuta-Rendon Hilandia, Zubrowski Bernie, 2002
Other
An exploration of ways to effectively use technology in after school programs to supplement children?s education and development, based on an assessment of after school computer technology programs in Boston, Massachusetts
Freedman Sara, Kilson-Page Jennifer, 2002
Executive Summary
A summary of a study of the effective collaborations between after-school programs and institutions of higher education in Boston, Massachusetts
Gittleman Julia, Duffy Mignon, Rousmaniere Marinell, 2002
Executive Summary
A summary of a study of the role of arts and cultural programming in out-of-school time activities in Boston, Massachusetts
Ryan Lesley M., Foster E. Michael, Cohen Joanna, 2002
Executive Summary
A summary of a study of the effects of literacy instruction in various after-school programs in the Boston area